For the month of July 2022, Nevada’s non-restricted gaming licensees reported a total gaming win of $1.31 billion.
According to the Nevada Gaming Control Board, the total represents a 3% decrease from July 2021, when licensees reported a $1.35 billion gaming win.
Clark Country accounted for the majority of total revenue at $1.12 billion, a 3% decrease from the previous year’s revenue of $1.16 billion.
Within Clark County, revenue on the Las Vegas Strip fell 3% year on year to $773.3 million, while revenue in Downtown and North Las Vegas fell 16% and 4%, respectively, to $60 million and $24.5 million.
Laughlin and Boulder Strip reported revenue of $42.8 million and $72.7 million, respectively. The former was unchanged from the previous year, while the latter increased by 4%. Mesquite was also equal to the prior-year period, at $14.1m. Washoe County revenue was $94.7 million, a 5% decrease from the previous year, while South Lake Tahoe revenue was $31.8 million, a 1% decrease from the previous year. Revenue in the Carson Valley Area fell 3% year on year to $11.7 million.
Elko County was the only area to report a year-on-year increase, with revenue increasing 5% from July 2021 to $35.9 million.
According to the Nevada Gaming Control Board, the state collected $90.3 million in percentage fees during the month of August 2022, based on taxable revenues generated in July 2022.
The total represents a 7% decrease from August 2021, when percentage fee collections totaled $97.7 million.